Privacy Policy

Date of last update 01/12/2020

Who are we?

The address of our website is: https://www.globalinstitute.legal and above we detail our Privacy Policy for this site.

This Privacy Policy allows us to inform you about the processing of personal data carried out via the site.  

We process your personal data when :

  • you contact us via the contact form
  • you wish to register via a Typeform contact form

Through the contract signed between the University of Montpellier and eVOL+ (which works on behalf of the Global Institute) we collect personal data on behalf of the university for the purposes of application analysis and registration for Certificate with consent. 

The version of the Privacy Policy that applies is the one appearing on the https://www.globalinstitute.legal website at the time you contact us after your consent has been obtained.

Our site also has a cookie policy informing you about the use of cookies and other tracking devices by eVOL+ on behalf of the Global Institute for Law & Innovations.

Use of personal data collected

Within the framework of this site, we carry out the processing activities described below:

Contact forms

We use your first and last names, e-mail and telephone number to contact you in connection with your request. In order to answer it as precisely as possible, you have an insert allowing you to specify your request (“Subject”). A free “message” field is also available. If, in order to explain your situation, you need to give the Global Institute personal information, we ask you to give us only what is strictly necessary.

The legal basis for this processing of personal data is consent.

The communication of the personal data named above is mandatory for the Global Institute to be able to respond to your request.

This data is kept until the withdrawal of your consent or 1 year after our last interaction with you.

We use the Hubspot – CRM solution to manage the contact form. This solution is subject to US law. In order to organize the processing of contact requests, our marketing team (2 persons) uses google sheets, a spreadsheet from the GSuite office suite subject to US law. The use of these tools may result in data transfers outside the European Union. These are governed by standard contractual clauses.

 

Certificate application Forms LegalTech & Law Innovations

As indicated on the form, the Global Institute for Law & Innovation is responsible for collecting and processing the data on this form. The purpose of this form is to collect the information necessary for the consultation of your application and your registration to LegalTech & Law Innovations Certificate. Only the persons in charge of applications and registration have access to this data.

We collect the following data: First name, last name, e-mail address, status, phone number, country of residence and type of background. The consultation of your CV will only concern the application and will be deleted at the end of the procedure.

These data are kept until the end of your training in the case of registration, as soon as the application is closed if you do not follow the training or until you withdraw your consent.

By validating the form, you consent to the use of the data entered in this form for the purpose of analyzing your application and your registration with LegalTech & Law Innovations Certificate.

The legal basis for this processing of personal data is your consent.

The communication of this personal data is mandatory in order for the Global Institute to respond to your application request for registration to the Certificate.

The Global Institute uses the TypeForm solution for its application form (Spanish online form). The use of this tool does not generate any data transfer outside the European Union. Responses to the TypeForm are recorded by our marketing and training teams in HubSpot, a CRM USA solution and Google Sheet, the online spreadsheet of the GSuite USA office suite. The use of these tools may result in data transfers outside the European Union. These are governed by standard contractual clauses.

Cookies

Read our cookie policy 

The rights you have on your data

You have the right to access your personal data that are processed by the Global Institute.

If you have completed a contact or application form, you have the right to :

  • to request information on the processing of your personal data
  • to obtain access to the personal data held about you
  • to request that incorrect, inaccurate or incomplete personal data be corrected
  • to request that personal data be deleted when they are no longer necessary or if their processing is unlawful
  • to oppose the processing of your personal data for canvassing purposes or for reasons related to your particular situation
  • to request the limitation of the processing of your personal data in specific cases
  • to retrieve your personal data, in a used and machine-readable format, for personal use or to transfer it to another organisation
  • to request that decisions based on automated processing that concern or significantly affect you and based on your personal data be made by natural persons and not only by computers. In this case, you also have the right to express your opinion and to challenge such decisions.

In the event of material or moral damage related to the violation of the GDR, you have a right of recourse. You can file a complaint with the Commission Nationale Informatique et Libertés (CNIL).

How we protect your data

We implement appropriate administrative, technical and organizational measures to protect your data.

Contact Information

If you wish to exercise any of these rights, you can contact the Global Institute free of charge via this email address dpo@globalinstitute.legal.

This is your contact person for any request to exercise your rights regarding the processing of your personal data. You can thus contact us : 

by electronic means: dpo@globalinstitute.legal

by mail: eVOL+, 309 avenue Marcel Pagnol 34 470 PÉROLS

If you consider, after having contacted us, that your rights on your data are not respected, you can address a complaint to the CNIL (https://www.cnil.fr/).